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Last Updated: Tuesday, 14 February 2006, 21:52 GMT
Island houses are more affordable
Buying a house in Jersey is becoming more affordable, according to the most recent figures.

The House Price Index for the last quarter of 2005 showed the average price of a house is 335,000.

House prices have risen by 3%, but because the increase is less than the Retail Price Index and the rise in wages, homes become more affordable.

Peter Seymour, a mortgage broker, said there is increased confidence in the island's housing market.




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